The fear was shining bright in the eyes of Eurovision fans when the Eurovision Song Contest Facebook and Twitter accounts promised exciting news to be released at 10:00 CET today. The exciting news they had to share with us: There will be a special exhibition taking place at the ABBA Museum in Stockholm.

Former ABBA member Björn Ulvaeus and Executive Supervisor of the Eurovision Song Contest, Jon Ola Sand, have joined forces to create the special exhibition. The title of the interactive exhibition will be Good Evening Europe! and it will be opened a week before the Eurovision Song Contest takes place at Globen: On Saturday, 7th May. The exhibition has been curated by ABBA The Museum director Ingmarie Halling. She was joined by set designer Bengt Fröderberg and Anna Söderberg.

The ABBA Museum is located at Djurgårdsvägen 68 in Stockholm. In case you want to visit it during your stay in Stockholm: Don’t forget the special exhibition!

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